As far as cheap headphones go, these are suddenly really popular... for good reason. http://www.wired.com/2015/06/mrice-e300/
If you are looking for a clear upgrade to the stock headphones that come with your phone, and don't want to spend a lot of money, look no further. They are bright and fun, rather than perfectly accurate but they sound fantastic. I wanted to say "for the price," but actually, out of the box, they are pretty good. I had a little trouble getting them perfectly seated and, like all in ear monitors (IEMs) http://amzn.to/1Gk8dRd
Once I got them seated, my first impressions were they were very detailed and open sounding, with bright highs. After a few minutes, those bright highs became fatiguing as they were just a little too "fun" for my tastes and got old fairly quickly. The stock ear adapters were not the best either, I could not get a good seal and got terrible bass response out of them to start with.
In late 1998, the second generation Miata was introduced and the internet was abuzz with excitement. A bit more power, a bit more refinement, a few more curves, but still the same formula that had won the hearts of small roadster aficionados across the world. It was light, it was quick enough to get out of it's own way and very little stood between it and a twisty road. I'd spent a season learning the ways of the Miata co-driving a friend of mine's at AutoX and had decided that I must have my own.